Charging $.69 a Gallon For Gas and Other Mistakes That Got People Fired
These accidental job screw-ups got people fired. In 2017, anchor Natasha Exelby got caught spacing out and staring at her pen while live on-air. In 2019, a Brinks guard was fired after getting robbed at gunpoint by three suspects. In Sacramento, California, John Szczecina got fired after accidentally setting the price of gas to $.69 instead of $6.99. Inside Edition Digital’s Andrea Swindall has more.